The Kramer Ausenco Brothers premier grade is through to the Capital Ruby Union competition grand final after a 49-5 win over the Harlequins in the major semi-final last weekend.
The Harlequins who are the minor premiers get to play again this weekend against the Piggies to see who will book a spot in the grand final on August 26 against the Brothers.
After a series of semi-final losses in previous years, the Brothers started training in October last year, well before the start of comp, and have hit top form heading into the business end of the season.
The Brothers last lifted the premiership trophy in 1992, and look set to raise it again later this month after a string of impressive performances.
Kramer Ausenco Chief Executive Officer, Frank Kramer, is proud of the hard yards the team and Club has put in on and off the field.
“The Club shares our Company’s culture which include teamwork, respect, integrity, recognition, diversity, growth and leadership.”
“It focuses on its members both on and off the field, developing good rugby players and upstanding citizens.”
“Sport plays an important role in societies. We’re pleased that the Kramer Ausenco Brothers understand that, and we’re excited about what they’ve achieved, again both on and off the field this year. I wish them the best in the grand final,” Mr. Kramer said.
The Club A graders will also be playing this Saturday for a spot in the grand final in that division. The Under 20’s lost 6-7 last Saturday and finished 4th, and the B graders and Women’s teams ended the season on 5th place in their divisions.